Monthly Archives: September 2009

FREE CASTER SEMENYA

If Leonard Chuene had any integrity, he would already have made a public apology to Caster Semenya, at the same time as announcing his immediate resignation as president of Athletics South Africa (ASA). Chuene should have made these announcements a week ago, at the press conference where he admitted lying about Semenya from the start […]






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IN PRAISE OF GREAT MEN

Over 50 years after the suicide of Alan Turing, the British Prime Minister Gordon Brown has issued a public apology over the way that Turing (like many others in that period) was hounded, vilified and subjected to clinical intervention, because of his homosexuality. Brown referred to, “appalling treatment of a real war hero”. Turing is […]






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